Electric Drying Rack

@Madshadi (8932)
Brussels, Belgium
November 15, 2017 8:41pm CST
in Belgium it is very hard to dry your laundry because it is way too humid. Sometimes I would leave my clothes on the rack for days and they would still be wet. It’s so annoying. That is why most houses have clothes dryers. I was thinking about getting me one of those but they are very expensive and they use lots of electricity. Besides, they need lots of space. But then I came across this heated drying rack. It is much less expensive, consumes less electricity, can be folded for extra space and helps warm up the house in winter which means less central heating would be needed. Have you ever heard of heated drying racks? Or ever used one of them?
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@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
16 Nov
Drying clothes here is never a problem because of our weather. But in your place, I think you really need those kind of dryers.
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@Madshadi (8932)
• Brussels, Belgium
16 Nov
Even during the rainy season?
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@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
16 Nov
@Madshadi here at home, we have a shaded part of the house where we can put wet clothes even during rainy season. Or sometimes I use the dryer or spinner of our washing machine.
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@Madshadi (8932)
• Brussels, Belgium
16 Nov
@magallon but I suppose the rainy season doesn't last long there anyways right?
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@marlina (75001)
• Canada
16 Nov
Never heard of an heated drying racks.
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@Madshadi (8932)
• Brussels, Belgium
16 Nov
It must be new. But they say you don't need to put the heating on when you plug it in
@prashu228 (25797)
• India
16 Nov
No never heard of them. I think they are very useful there
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@Madshadi (8932)
• Brussels, Belgium
16 Nov
Yes they are. Do you use any heater to dry laundry?